Forrest Gump

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Forrest Gump

"Life is like a box of chocolates...You never know what you're going to get" says the main character Forrest in the beginning of the movie. Forrest Gump is the story of a man who overcomes numerous obstacles throughout different stages of his life and always seems to see the brighter side of things in the process. Through the movie’s entirety, outstanding performances from various award winning actors give this film’s involved and interesting plot a sense of realism that is far superior to that of other dramatic movies. Forrest Gump is about a simple man’s journey through complicated times; he has an IQ of 75 at the movie's start and stays pretty much on that level all the way through. His trove of facts increases, but his basic methodology of handling the world never changes. As a boy, with braces on his legs, he peers at life and expects little more than to be heard and acknowledged, and the first person aside from his doting mother to do that with him is his girlfriend. Aeon J. Skoble is saying that it is okay to be unintelligent because if you pursue your dream, it will all work out for the better; though you may have a low IQ, but you can still go on to become legends, without really trying. Forrest Gump is one of these people that make one think about the meaning of life. Which in real life, most people must earn their achievements by doing so they will become successful in life. Even know Forrest Gump doesn’t have advanced knowledge, but he has emotional intelligence. He doesn’t get angry or sad very easily and he can control himself when he has to. He motivates himself to do many things like running, playing football, or joining Vietnam war, so I think that he have a high emotional intelligence in most situations.
I think emotional intelligence is not important then...
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